‘The View’ loses it over Elon Musk buying the largest ownership stake in Twitter

These ladies aren’t so happy that Elon Musk is the majority shareholder at Twitter. Musk purchased the largest ownership stake in the company for roughly $3 billion.

Musk said “significant improvements” will be made to the platform. Much needed! Musk was appointed to the board by Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal.

The hosts of ‘The View’ got into a tizzy over Musk’s investment. In response, the show couldn’t resist spending an entire segment criticizing Elon Musk on a multitude of issues.

Whoopi Goldberg, who owns a Tesla, is upset because Musk failed to provide a spare tire or a button for roadside assistance.

Co-host Sunny Hostin agreed with Goldberg’s claim, stating that her husband also owns a Tesla.

Sunny Hostin complained that her husband had to wait five hours for help after he recently experienced a flat tire with his Tesla.

“Tesla, you need to fix this. This is a dangerous situation,” Goldberg said.

Goldberg then jumped in claiming Teslas were unable to be towed because “you can’t lift it up.”

“He got a lot of money,” Hostin said.


Across social media, liberals have expressed their outrage over Elon Musk’s new position on the board on Twitter. One person who claims to be an employee says they are quitting their job. Take a look:

Twitter is condemned for failing to allow for the basic right to free speech on its platform. Left-wing activists like Agrawal are able to push their views without restrictions.

Musk, who is arguably one of the richest people in the world, now controls around 73.5 million shares. Twitter’s shares rose more than 25% in price following the release of the news.

Musk asked his followers to take an informal poll: “Free speech is essential to a functioning democracy. Do you believe Twitter rigorously adheres to this principle?”

“Is a new platform needed?” he asked.

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